Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Charlie Taylor is spending a lot of time on the floor beside his water dish.
I'm not sure about this, so he has an appointment with Dr. Smith tomorrow at 11:30 a.m.

We moved into another room and the bed is higher, so it may be he has trouble getting up and down and wisely decided to stay close to his water bowl (and litter box).

He needs a weekly checkup anyway and I'm sure they are going through Charlie Cat withdrawal (hee hee).

Thank you so much for all the support and the donations that keep pouring in.
Charlie Taylor and I will have a surprise for everyone who has contributed.

Don't forget our Purrs Circle is tomorrow night... we'll see if we can get Charlie Taylor to make an appearance!


Angel and Kirby said...

We are hoping is is nothing serious. We know he is a very sick kitty and set backs are to be expected.

The Meezers said...

oh no Charlie - please be well furriend!!! we is sending extra speshul purrsss for you.

pughy said...

Please dont relapse dear Charlie.. I am purring realy loudly for you.

Hugs GJ xx

Please did your mum get mums E Mail.

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

We just know that Charlie is going to be fine! PURRS

Eric and Flynn said...

We are hoping it is nothing to worry about and we are sending more purrs.

Niko and Cloud said...

We hope Charlie is OK.

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

PURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRS! Rascal and I like to lay by the water dish too - so we can dip our paws in. Plus we like to guard the dish so the other cats can't get it. That's all you're doing - right?

Jan's Funny Farm said...

We liked it better when Charlie was playful. We send purrs and tail wags for you to feel better again, Charlie.

The Creek Cats said...

Best of luck with the appointment tomorrow!!! We are purrin' real hard for you Charlie!

Marilynn said...

As I keep saying, we continue to purr and pray for all of you. Charlie Cat sounds like such a darling little soul -- and I do mean "sounds"!! I love the videos that let us hear him, especially the singing one! Gracie likes it, too. (The boys are too busy chasing each other to stop for very long!)

My lovely little Indy (who moved here with me in 2005 and then crossed the bridge 8 months later) got so she had trouble jumping up onto the couch or my bed. She was 14 and had identifiable arthritis in her spine and back leg joints (hips?), so I did a lot of lifting at the needed times. She weighed (at most) about 10# most of her life, so it certainly wasn't difficult!
Indy & Pluto. (Scroll down past the first post there.)

We love you all, and we'll have our purr/prayer mode going for as long as it takes!!


Fin said...

Purr purr!!

Sweet Praline said...

Still sending special purrs. I'm going to try to drop by tomorrow night.

Black Cat said...

You are so loved Charlie! Remember the lovely day you had with ML on her purrfday... Hang on in there sweetie! Luvza :) xxx

Anita said...

Congratulations on the new member of your pretty family.

I´m glad he is good. Whenever I visit you there is a new member in the family, hahaha!